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Old 05-23-2011, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im going to be pulling the feedneck out of my 2k2 vert cocker and need someone to drill and tap a hole for a phantom stock feed. pm or reply here if you can do it with a price thanks.
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Dont pull out the feed. You need the feed throat to keep the balls from bouncing around in the breech. Have some one mill off the feed. Then use a LAPCO Grey Ghost Vert feed,which is the same spacing for a grey ghost feed. This will give you the option of feeds.

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K, thanks for the info blackrain. So now i need the feed neck milled and the holes drilled and tapped let me know if anyone can do this and how much it will be, thanks.
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